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Is nuclear blackmailing going to be a new normal?

... take any military action. It is also using its nuclear capability claims, to threaten Japan and South Korea and blackmail the US to talk without preconditions. Pakistan Pakistan has also been using this Nuclear Blackmailing/Dissuasion Theory against India for quite some time. It acquired nuclear and missile capability from some country/countries, which must have violated NPT at that time, and the world community ignored it. Today, Pakistan is hosting and training a maximum number of terrorist organisations ...


NSG conundrum and Strategic Stability in South Asia

Creation of Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG) was an attempt to carry the perennial fight against nuclear proliferation. Group was created in 1974 when India steadily carried out the nuclear explosion which irreversibly changed the strategic environment in South Asia. Now, Indian inclusion in this group is receiving the close review of analysts and strategists. Primarily, NSG was formed to prevent the ...


Indo-U.S. Axis and Major Powers

As a constant of history, the nation States are busy in trying to adapt to the highly unstable geo-strategic environment. As the countries pursue their national interests, new alliances are emerging and the global order is in a flux. Indian so-called strategic partnership with the U.S is an example in which New Delhi has latched on to Washington’s weakness to contain a rising China and resurgent Russia. In order to gain balance in Asia-Pacific region, the U.S. has formed an axis ...


A Letter to Michael Cohen-Personal Attorney to President Trump

... able to save him from US Media and corporate who are planning to impeach him. Media explains all his comments and speeches in its own way only to make a case against President. World order is changing.I am working with companies who are based in UK,USA,India,China and Russia and I know how people think of these countries. You will trust me that there is growing anger (or which has been planted by rivals of President in USA and beyond) against him in political,corporate and civilian circle. In this challenging ...


India-Iran ties: The key challenges

India has numerous foreign policy priorities, with ties with the US, China, Russia and Pakistan understandably receiving more attention. At this point of time, one of the greatest challenges which India faces, however, is its relations with Iran. Post ...


Where Is BRICS Headed? On the Results of the Goa Summit

... and authoritarian), and each country puts its national interests first. Significant attention is being paid to contradictions which do, indeed, exist between these states. First of all, there is a long-standing geopolitical conflict between China and India, which shows no signs of mitigating over time. The economic difficulties of the BRICS countries are also actively discussed, including dropping economic growth rates (it should be noted that India is the only state that demonstrates a relatively ...


The Myanmar Perestroika

... Seventh Fleet based in the region can block quite easily. Today, pipelines running through Myanmar give China direct access to the Indian Ocean. Thus, in 2013, a pipeline with a capacity of 12 billion cubic metres became operational, transporting gas from the ... ... about 8 per cent of all the oil imported by China. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun The implementation of these projects has allowed thousands of kilometres of the transportation route to be cut out when transporting hydrocarbons from the Middle East and Africa,...


The Risks of Reducing Cooperation with India Can be Minimized if Russia Works Towards Improving its Competitiveness

... not attractive for North Korea in this capacity. Are there any risks of shrinking Russian-Indian cooperation in strategic areas, such as security, energy, military and technical cooperation, in view of the growing activity of Russia’s rivals in India, primarily the USA and France? I would not call it risky. India has a clear and quite distinct trend towards transformation into a regional power at the very least, and into a global one, in prospect. If this is so, we can ask the question: what nation with such ambitions ...


How Russia Sees the World

... past fifty years. Washington has so far not found a balance between defending its own national interests and acting with global responsibility, and this may become a critical obstacle to building a new world order in the foreseeable future. China and India: Facets of Self-Limitation The world’s second most powerful and influential country, China, has made much more progress in this respect over the last several decades. In the 1960s–1970s, the country’s unpredictability and ideological ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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